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I learned to run again during lockdown, but blade-running isn't easy

In a month from now, Manasi Joshi will be celebrating the anniversary of a loss. It was nine years ago in December that the world champion para-shuttler, then a software engineer in Mumbai, had her left leg amputated after a horrific road accident en route to work. “I call it an ampu-anniversary. And I celebrate it because every life-changing event has to be celebrated,” says the 31-year-old from her home in Ahmedabad.

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